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As far as hardware and accessories goes, one of last night’s announcements at Sony’s press conference was for the Doomsday Edition of Resistance 3. This will be a good way for players to pick up the title along with a Move, as it includes a PlayStation Eye camera, Move controller, the navigation controller, and, of course, the Sharpshooter Move attachment. You can expect the game, as well as the bundle (at $150), to hit stores on or around September 6th (the North American release date).
You can check the trailer after the jump.
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The PlayStation Move is on Sale at GameStop, and its buy one get one free on the following games:
- PlayStation Move Heroes
- The Shoot
- Start the Party
- Sports Champions
- TV Superstars
- High Velocity Bowling
- Kung Fu Riders
The controller is buy one get one at 50% off, so that is a deal within itself there. So if you haven’t gotten into the Move, now is the time. If you have, now is the time to get a few games.
You know you want it: SOCOM 4 unboxing pic’s! This is what you’re looking to get in the upcoming SOCOM 4 Full Deployment Edition. You’re getting the game on Blu-ray, PlayStation Move, navigation controller,PlayStation Eye camera, and the PlayStation Move sharp shooter accessory. Wow, right?
This is the way to go if you want to get into Move as well. The Sharpshooter is a game changer, and the construction and design are what you have come to expect from Sony. Here is a refresher course in the Sharp Shooter, featuring SOCOM 4.
This will be the first Ape Escape title to hit the PS3 (at least in North America; this was also already released in Japan in December 2010). This is a series that, I think, more caters to younger and/or casual players. With that said, this title has been designed especially for the Move controller, but it is also an on-rails, first person game, so a lot of the gameplay may be limited.
There is a total of 15 levels and 500 monkeys to capture (and keep track of in the game’s MonkeyPedia), with the main goal of the game being to capture the leader of the invasion, Specter. There is also a multiplayer component it seems, which sounds like it revolves around competitive mini-games. Here’s some of the gameplay details, according to Wikipedia:
Players view the game from a first-person perspective with the motion controller acting as a gadget on-screen which include a floating net, a slingshot and a folding fan. Players cycle through their arsenal using the Move button while either pressing the trigger button or performing gestures to utilize the gadget. For example, players swing the net to catch monkeys, press the trigger button to fire slingshots and wave the controller to use the fan.
You move the camera around with the X and O buttons. Look for the game to hit the PlayStation Network in EU and NA this Summer.